Gov. Jerry Brown Says California is Bracing for Its Toughest Fire Season Yet

NBC: The wildfires in Southern California are winding down, but there are still big fears it is going to be a really bad fire season. On Sunday, Gov. Jerry Brown said California is bracing for its toughest fire season yet. Less wind and cooler temperatures this weekend have helped crews in San Diego largely subdue nearly a dozen fires. Since the middle of last week, fire has consumed at least 26,000 acres in California. So far this year, Cal Fire has responded to over 1,5000 wildfires, more than twice......

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